Retailers in Old Town Clovis won’t be charging customers sales tax Saturday. Here, Jeanette Skypeck, left, from Clovis, shops with Hilda Taatjes who was visiting from Lynden, Washington at Frost Oak Creek Creations to avoid the Black Friday weekend crowds Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. Skypeck brought Taatjes to downtown Clovis to experience the quaint atmosphere and unique shopping experience of the hometown stores and to support local businesses.
Retailers in Old Town Clovis won’t be charging customers sales tax Saturday. Here, Jeanette Skypeck, left, from Clovis, shops with Hilda Taatjes who was visiting from Lynden, Washington at Frost Oak Creek Creations to avoid the Black Friday weekend crowds Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. Skypeck brought Taatjes to downtown Clovis to experience the quaint atmosphere and unique shopping experience of the hometown stores and to support local businesses. GARY KAZANJIAN Fresno Bee file
Retailers in Old Town Clovis won’t be charging customers sales tax Saturday. Here, Jeanette Skypeck, left, from Clovis, shops with Hilda Taatjes who was visiting from Lynden, Washington at Frost Oak Creek Creations to avoid the Black Friday weekend crowds Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. Skypeck brought Taatjes to downtown Clovis to experience the quaint atmosphere and unique shopping experience of the hometown stores and to support local businesses. GARY KAZANJIAN Fresno Bee file

Like to buy local? Try these stores on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday

November 22, 2017 11:34 AM

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